BBD radioshow 08.03.2020 – Bruton Music, part three

15:05:19
Bruton Music, part three (mixcloud)
[see the more simple/traditional style tracklist – with only the artists’ names and track titles – below, at the bottom of this post, thanks]
01. John Scott – Pleasant Surroundings 2 (Thematic with Strings) 1:35
[BRD13, Serenity. Soft and pretty. Styles vary from contemporary to quaint. 135]
02. Brian Bennett – Surf (Sea of airshots. Slow swell with motive figures.) 3:25
[BRD19, Nature Watch. Sustained electro-atmospherics. 190]
03. Alan Hawkshaw – Soft Throttle (Cool and funky) 2:55
[BRG6, Sunny Sides. Carefree contemporary tunefuls of small group instrumentation. 67]
04. Keith Roberts – Skyscraper (Busy, metropolitan) 2:12
[BRG21, Bold as Brass. Contemporary, big, confident. 188]
05. C. Rae / F. McDonald / G. Shury – Night Groove (Classy, romantic) 2:30
[BRH1, Rock City. Slick metropolitan and travelling backcloths. 4]
06. Warren Bennett – Mix It Up (Cool “Axel F” rhythm) 2:38
[BRH28, In The Groove. Exciting contemporary sounds.]
07. Alan Hawkshaw ‎- Eternity (Nebulous time passage) 4:11
[BRI6, Frontiers of Science. Contemporary electronic atmospherics. 105]
08. Jean Bouchety – Lifeblood Ending 2 (Editable held tail) 0:36
[BRI7, Biology. Abstract Electronics with Percussion. Most items have a submix designed for when less musical intensity is required. 114]
09. Alan Hawkshaw – Digital Vision (Complex rhthmic readout] 2:17
[BRI8, Kinetics/Vision. […] A foresight of new technology. 122]
15:30
10. Brian Bennett – Discovery (An environment of unreality to an unresolved conclusion.) 6:11
[BRI10, Fantasia. An electronic suite not conforming to the usual rules of music but comprising various airs and movements according to the composers creative inspiration. 130]
11. John Coleman – Exciting Enterprise 1 (Opening statement to pacey bright theme) 2:40
[BRJ13, Enterprise/Let’s Go. A contemporary theme set for Brass, Synthesisers and Rhythm descriptive of purpose and efficiency. […] 100]
12. David Lindup – Stealth 1 (Suspense with dark undertones to tail) 1:40
[BRJ22, Interpol. All time favourite crime fighting dramatics. Suspense build ups, chases, links, bridges and stings. 157]
13. John Cameron – High Noon (Tension. Features Spanish Guitar & Wood Flute) 3:21
[BRJ28, Badlands. A comprehensive set of drama cues applicable to the Americas, past and present. 232]
14. Mike Vickers – Driving Force (Bright, propulsive) 2:11
[BRK1, Driving Force. Dangerous and exciting action. 28]
15. Francis Monkman – Current Affairs (Purposeful, industrious, semi-electronic) 3:21
[BRL4, Futurama. Semi-electronic sequences for new technology. 90]
16. I. Martin/B. Dee – Glass (Warm, revolving) 2:27
[BRL5, Light Industry. Contemporary, semi-electronic. 103]
17. Alan Hawkshaw – Autopower (High powered energy) 2:40
[BRL7, Music Machine. Clean, fresh, futuristic. 166]
18. Zoe De Souza – Fast Output (Fast Motion) 2:44
[BRL17, Aggressive Advertising. Positive, optimistic. A blend of realsound and synthesisers. 281]
19. Les Hurdle / Frank Ricotti – Dank (Hollow suspense) 1:44
[BRM3, Darkside. Contemporary and futuristic. 45]
20. John Cameron – Satin 2 (Alto Sax with unhurried motion) 2:34
[BRM8, Watchful Eye. Nervous, apprehensive. A Side more suited to drama. B Side more suited to documentary. 163]
16:00
21. John Cameron – Treck (Melancholy Bass Clarinet-like melody over dark suspenseful underscore) 3:10
[BRM9, Survival. Contemporary atmospherics with a generic feel of unease. 176]
22. Alan Hawkshaw – Underwater Voyage (Weirsd, suspended) 3:14
[BRM14, Underworld. Strange suspenseful underscores. Especially suitable for underwater scenes. 287]
23. Keith Mansfield – Important Montage 2 (More emphasis on rhythm) 0:55
[BRN3, Progress. The achievements of man. 37]
24. Paul Martin – Peasants Pastures (Quaint, peaceful) 3:03
[BRO3, An Age of Elegance. Musical reflections of past cultures. 76]
25. John Cameron – Serengeti Sunlight (Lighthearted. Ominous last chord) 1:17
[BRR19, Sketches of Africa. Intriguing Woodwinds, intricate Percussion indicative of Nature Study and native Africa. 251]
26. T. Osei, M. Tontoh, A. Harry & M. Owusu (aka ~Osibisa) – Call of Africa (Happy Flute feature) 2:34
[BRR20, Modern Africa. Contemporary Brass, Woodwind, Rhythm and Percussion. 252]
27. Duncan Lamont – Funky Flutes (Layed back Alto Flute feature) 4:02
[BRD13, Serenity. Soft and pretty. Styles vary from contemporary to quaint. 135]
28. Brian Bennett – Carefree (Light 5/4 movement) 2:24
[BRG6, Sunny Sides. Carefree contemporary tunefuls of small group instrumentation. 67]
29. C. Rae / F. McDonald / G. Shury – Fast Drive (Smooth fast speed) 2:33
[BRH1, Rock City. Slick metropolitan and travelling backcloths. 4]
30. Alan Hawkshaw ‎- Frontiers of Science (Important, explanatory) 3:06
[BRI6, Frontiers of Science. Contemporary electronic atmospherics. 105]
31. Alan Hawkshaw – Vision 1. (Clarion theme over rapid sequential patterns) 2:31
[BRI8, Kinetics/Vision. […] A foresight of new technology. 122]
16:30
32. Brian Bennett – A New World (The creation of Utopia) 6:34
[BRI10, Fantasia. An electronic suite not conforming to the usual rules of music but comprising various airs and movements according to the composers creative inspiration. 130]
33. Alan Hawkshaw – Technicolour (Dynamic impressive theme) 2:36
[BRL7, Music Machine. Clean, fresh, futuristic. 166]
34. Alan Hawkshaw – Good Thinking (Optimistic, motive) 2:34
[BRL17, Aggressive Advertising. Positive, optimistic. A blend of realsound and synthesisers. 281]
35. John Cameron – Neon Strip (Serio comic prowling) 2:00
[BRM3, Darkside. Contemporary and futuristic. 45]
36. John Cameron – Swordfish (Suspended movement, especially suited to Birds & Fish) 1:49
[BRR19, Sketches of Africa. Intriguing Woodwinds, intricate Percussion indicative of Nature Study and native Africa. 251]
37. T. Osei, M. Tontoh, A. Harry & M. Owusu (aka ~Osibisa) – African Dawn (Relaxed) 3:05
[BRR20, Modern Africa. Contemporary Brass, Woodwind, Rhythm and Percussion. 252]
38. Alan Hawkshaw – Beach Journey (Nice free movement) 3:00
[BRG6, Sunny Sides. Carefree contemporary tunefuls of small group instrumentation. 67]
39. C. Rae / F. McDonald / G. Shury – Super Kool (Rhythmic, classy) 2:27
[BRH1, Rock City. Slick metropolitan and travelling backcloths. 4]
40. Trevor Bastow – Kinetic Motion (Automotive) 2:19
[BRI8, Kinetics/Vision. […] 122]
41. Alan Hawkshaw – Pro-Motion (Purposeful, motive, confident, industrious) 2:35
[BRL7, Music Machine. Clean, fresh, futuristic. 166]
16:56:09
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Bruton Music, part three (mixcloud)
Bruton Music, part three
01. John Scott – Pleasant Surroundings 2
02. Brian Bennett – Surf
03. Alan Hawkshaw – Soft Throttle
04. Keith Roberts – Skyscraper
05. C. Rae / F. McDonald / G. Shury – Night Groove
06. Warren Bennett – Mix It Up
07. Alan Hawkshaw ‎- Eternity
08. Jean Bouchety – Lifeblood Ending 2
09. Alan Hawkshaw – Digital Vision
10. Brian Bennett – Discovery
11. John Coleman – Exciting Enterprise 1
12. David Lindup – Stealth 1
13. John Cameron – High Noon
14. Mike Vickers – Driving Force
15. Francis Monkman – Current Affairs
16. I. Martin/B. Dee – Glass
17. Alan Hawkshaw – Autopower
18. Zoe De Souza – Fast Output
19. Les Hurdle / Frank Ricotti – Dank
20. John Cameron – Satin 2
21. John Cameron – Treck
22. Alan Hawkshaw – Underwater Voyage
23. Keith Mansfield – Important Montage 2
24. Paul Martin – Peasants Pastures
25. John Cameron – Serengeti Sunlight
26. T. Osei, M. Tontoh, A. Harry & M. Owusu (aka ~Osibisa) – Call of Africa
27. Duncan Lamont – Funky Flutes
28. Brian Bennett – Carefree
29. C. Rae / F. McDonald / G. Shury – Fast Drive
30. Alan Hawkshaw ‎- Frontiers of Science
31. Alan Hawkshaw – Vision 1.
32. Brian Bennett – A New World
33. Alan Hawkshaw – Technicolour
34. Alan Hawkshaw – Good Thinking
35. John Cameron – Neon Strip
36. John Cameron – Swordfish
37. T. Osei, M. Tontoh, A. Harry & M. Owusu (aka ~Osibisa) – African Dawn
38. Alan Hawkshaw – Beach Journey
39. C. Rae / F. McDonald / G. Shury – Super Kool
40. Trevor Bastow – Kinetic Motion
41. Alan Hawkshaw – Pro-Motion

BBD radioshow 07.20.2020 – Bruton Music, part two

15:04:50
Bruton Music, part two (mixcloud)
[see the more simple/traditional style tracklist – with only the artists’ names and track titles – below, at the bottom of this post, thanks]
BRM – Suspense, Tension.
01. Frank Reidy & Eric Allen – Reflections (Reflective soliloquy by alto saxophone with marimba) 3:35
[BRM2, Abstraction in Time. Atmospheric, eerie and suspenseful. 8]
02. Keith Mansfield – Revolving Patterns (Light movement with underlying tension) 1:57
[BRM4, Fear. Small, mostly woodwind instumentation. Suitable for both drama and documentary application. 46]
03. W. Merrick Farran – Bedlam (Unearthly whispers) 0:57
[BRM5, House of Horror. A dramatic orchestral horrorscore written in sequences for complete freedom in editing. 116]
04. Stephen St. Paul – Pretty Soft (Breathy, uplifting) 1:33
[BRM10, Atmospheric Chorale. Strange atmospherics featuring human voices. 202]
05. Trevor Bastow – High Security 1. (Imposing, apprehension) 2:02
[BRM12, Orchestral Tension. Dramatic Orchestral atmospherics. 285]
06. Simon Benson/Eugenio Grandi – Enemy Approach (Dark menace) 1:11
[BRM13, String Tension. Tense, dramatic cues performed by low strings. 286]
07. Alan Hakwshaw – Barrier Reef (Bold, suspended) 1:14
[BRM14, Underworld. Strange suspenseful underscores. Especially suitable for underwater scenes. 287]
BRN – Grandiose, Impressive, Panoramic.
08. John Cameron – Skyscape (Floating beautiful background impressive build at 1:35 to tail) 2:00
[BRN1, Heritage / Panorama. […] Impressive scenic scores for full orchestra. 35]
09. Keith Mansfield – Light Accolade (Brisk light movement thematic to Accolade) 2:30
[BRN2, Impressive Scenes. Impressive themes for full orchestra. 36]
10. Brian Bennett – Impact In Vision (0-1:02 Fluid descriptive lead up to 1:02-1:23 Impressive theme with impact. 1:23-2:25 as beginning. 2:25-2:57 impressive theme.) 2:57
[BRN3, Progress. The achievements of man. 37]
11. John Scott – Imposing Surroundings 1 (Building scenic sequences to impressive climax) 2:33
[BRN4, Giants Causeway. Impressive Orchestral themes. B Side more contemporary. 128]
12. Alan Hakwshaw – The Ancient Pyramids 1:28
[BRN5, New Horizon / The Seven Wonders of the World. […] Awe-inspiring suspended atmospherics of a timeless quality. 132]
15:30
13. Nick Ingman – High Priority 1. (Urgent, determined) 2:18
[BRN12, Travel in Style. Exciting, prestigeous orchestral themes and theme suites with underscore versions. 258]
BRO – Historical Period.
14. Brian Bennett – Renaissance (Reflective, emotional) 3:45
[BRO3, An Age of Elegance. Musical reflections of past cultures. 76]
BRR – Folk, Nationalistic, Known Work
15. Orlando Kimber/John Keliehor – Garuda (Exotic movement) 3:24
[BRR18, East Meets West. Atmospheres ranging from busy industrial movement to mystical nebulous ambience via pacific native rhyth,s using exotic percussion, synthesisers and advanced studio techniques. 244]
16. Eric Allen – Sun Beams (Sparkling, active) 1:54
[BRR19, Sketches of Africa. Intriguing Woodwinds, intricate Percussion indicative of Nature Study and native Africa. 251]
17. T. Osei, M. Tontoh, A. Harry & M. Owusu (aka ~Osibisa) – Safari (Motive Flute & Brass) 2:11
[BRR20, Modern Africa. Contemporary Brass, Woodwind, Rhythm and Percussion. 252]
BRS – Jazz, Dance
18. Frank Ricotti – Cool Captions (Light, accentuated. Ideal for montage cutting) 3:07
[BRS6, Vibes. Conemporary Vibraphone with complimentary rhythm accompaniment. 141]
19. John Cameron – Basketball (Lighthearted) 1:36
[BRG32, Hot Doughnuts. Action packed, contemporary excitement. 275]
BRD – Leisure, Pastoral, Nature, Tenderness, Romance.
20. Alan Hawkshaw – Glistening (Slow, shimmering) 3:20
[BRD7, Soft Illusions. Warm, leisurely, relaxed contemporary sounds. 65]
21. Brian Bennett – Butterfly Sanctuary (Delicate) 2:51
[BRD8, Tone Poems. Reflective lyrical pieces. Woodwind, Harp, Percussion, Piano and String Quartet. 68]
BRG – Happy, Bright, Open Air, Sport.
22. Keith Mansfield – Funky Captions (Percussive. Brass and Strings.) 2:30
[BRG2, Contemporary Orchestral. The ultimate in sound for the studio pop orchestra. 34]
23. Brian Bennett – Montego Bay (Relaxed, lighthearted, exotic) 2:05
[BRG4, Good Times. Happy, colorful contemporary tunes. 40]
24. Peter Morris – Sunburst (Happy beat) 1:46
[BRG8, Fresh Approach. Contemporary foreground material. 73]
25. John Scott – Top Honours 2 (Prestigeous Brass theme over contemporary rhythm) 1:18
[BRG15, Spectacle. Big, broad, exciting themes. 120]
16:00
26. John Cameron – Tower of Power (Impressive prestigious motion) 1:59
[BRG18, Get Up And Go. Exciting, bright, colourful. 160]
27. Paul Hart – Peppermint Park (Flash) 2:40
[BRG19, Souled Out. Upmarket funky rhythm section features. 173]
28. Duncan Lamont – Tinsel Town (Ultrabite) 2:29
[BRG30, Television Today. Upbeat, entertaining orchestral scores with contemporary rhythm. 265]
BRH – Contemporary, Pop, Rock.
29. Alan Hawkshaw – Hawkwind And Fire (Aggresive funk to surprise ending) 3:01
[BRH5, Lighy My Fire. Uptempo, vivid Brass and Rhythm. 62]
30. Brian Bennett – Hip Joint (Groovy ‘City after dark’ mood) 3:08
[BRH8, Rhtyhm Stick. Pacey and loud to cool layed back contemporary scores featuring Guitars, Keyboards, Woodwind, Brass, Drums and Percussion. 102]
31. Paul Keogh – Uproar In Rio (Wild exciting Jazz-Samba) 1:41
[BRH10, Blow Out. Contemporary West Coast Jazz-Rock and Jazz Sambas. 121]
32. Brian Wade – Riders In The Sky (Confident, successful) 2:06
[BRH13, New Directions. Hard Hitting thru to ethereal. Features Brass, Vocoder, Rhythm and Synthesised sounds. 158]
33. Johnny Pearson – Minor Robot (Relaxed, futuristic) 3:56
[BRH24, Accent on Rhythm. Jazz funk and electro boogie styles. 262]
BRI – Futuristic, Electronic.
34. Alan Hawkshaw – Wave-Forms (Electronic equipment or movement) 2:52
[BRI1, Terrestrial Journey. A Contemporary Suite depicting space and time passage. 24]
35. Francis Monkman – Getting Ready (Preparatory underscore) 2:07
[BRI2, Tempus Fugit. Exciting time and motion study in contemporary electronic music. 23]
36. Clive Hicks – Sunny Waters (Light, neutral) 1:25
[BRI5, Thought Patterns. Sparse Bass, Guitar and Electronics. 94]
16:30
BRJ – Theme Sets. Documentary and Drama Suites.
37. Brian Bennett – Thug (Menace) 1:28
[BRJ2, Drama Montage. A comprehensive theme set of modern dramatics. 19]
38. Keith Mansfield – Important Project (Panoramic, large scale) 3:00
[BRJ3, Important Project/Wonders of the World/Endeavour. Dramatic orchestral theme, fluid underscores describing variousstages of progress from quite beginning to fulfilment. […] 30]
39. Andrew Jackman – Underwater Beauty 1 (Nebulous, suspended) 1:47
[BRJ4, Thriller/Suite of the Hurricane/Suite of the Shark. […] Contemporary classical suite. Moods range from peace to intense danger. 55]
40. Brian Bennett – Running Scared (Relentless pursuit in sections of varying degrees of intensity) 3:10
[BRJ6, The World Around Us. A penetrating sutdy of nature. Woodwind, Harp, Percussion, Piano and String Quartet. 69]
41. Brian Bennett – Villain (Four tense scenesetter/motifs for use separately or as part of whole. Main item at 1:06 moves along with underlying menace to end) 2:42
[BRJ8, Drama Montage Volume Two. A comprehensive set of modern dramatic movement, suspense and atmos. Will cut and cross fade just as you would wish. 83]
42. John Hawkins – Deadbeat (Comedy suspense) 2:16
[BRJ9, Web of Intrigue/Investigator […] A light hearted funky drama suite. 84]
BRK – Action, Pace, Danger, Force of Elements.
43. John Scott – Tearaway (2 Proclamatory statements to fast dramatic orchestral motion) 1:33
[BRK4, Dramatic Action. Highpowered danger. Big instumentation. 59]
44. Steve Gray – Bionic Coconuts (Percussive action with humour) 2:28
[BRK5, Contemporary Motion. Action scenes in varying degrees of intensity. 93]
45. Brian Bennett/Cliff Hall – Don’t Stop! (Determined, gritty) 2:30
[BRK8, Thrills and Spills. Exciting scenes. Big to small instrumentation. 221]
16:50:08

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46. I. Martin/B. Dee – Glass (Warm, revolving) 2:27
[BRL5, Light Industry. Contemporary, semi-electronic. 103]
47. Orlando Kimber/John Keliehor – One Language (Gentle flowing underscore with hypnotic Marima feature) 3:28
[BRR18, East Meets West. Atmospheres ranging from busy industrial movement to mystical nebulous ambience via pacific native rhythms using exotic percussion, synthesisers and advanced studio techniques. 244]
16:56:10
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Bruton Music, part two (mixcloud)
Bruton Music
01. Frank Reidy & Eric Allen – Reflections
02. Keith Mansfield – Revolving Patterns
03. W. Merrick Farran – Beldam
04. Stephen St. Paul – Pretty Soft
05. Trevor Bastow – High Security 1.
06. Simon Benson/Eugenio Grandi – Enemy Approach
07. Alan Hakwshaw – Barrier Reef
08. John Cameron – Skyscape
09. Keith Mansfield – Light Accolade
10. Brian Bennett – Impact In Vision
11. John Scott – Imposing Surroundings 1
12. Alan Hakwshaw – The Ancient Pyramids
13. Nick Ingman – High Priority 1.
14. Brian Bennett – Renaissance
15. Orlando Kimber/John Keliehor – Garuda
16. Eric Allen – Sun Beams
17. T. Osei, M. Tontoh, A. Harry & M. Owusu (aka ~Osibisa) – Safari
18. Frank Ricotti – Cool Captions
19. John Cameron – Basketball
20. Alan Hawkshaw – Glistening
21. Brian Bennett – Butterfly Sanctuary
22. Keith Mansfield – Funky Captions
23. Brian Bennett – Montego Bay
24. Peter Morris – Sunburst
25. John Scott – Top Honours 2
26. John Cameron – Tower of Power
27. Paul Hart – Peppermint Park
28. Duncan Lamont – Tinsel Town
29. Alan Hawkshaw – Hawkwind And Fire
30. Brian Bennett – Hip Joint
31. Paul Keogh – Uproar In Rio
32. Brian Wade – Riders In The Sky
33. Johnny Pearson – Minor Robot
34. Alan Hawkshaw – Wave-Forms
35. Francis Monkman – Getting Ready
36. Clive Hicks – Sunny Waters
37. Brian Bennett – Thug
38. Keith Mansfield – Important Project
39. Andrew Jackman – Underwater Beauty 1
40. Brian Bennett – Running Scared
41. Brian Bennett – Villain
42. John Hawkins – Deadbeat
43. John Scott – Tearaway
44. Steve Gray – Bionic Coconuts
45. Brian Bennett/Cliff Hall – Don’t Stop!

BBD radioshow 07.06.2020 – Bruton Music, part one

15:08:09
Bruton Music, part one (mixcloud)
[see the more simple/traditional style tracklist – with only the artists’ names and track titles – below, at the bottom of this post, thanks]
BRD – Leisure, Pastoral, Nature, Tenderness, Romance.
01. Brian Bennett – Electric Rainbow (Revolving pattern under solo Flugel Horn) 3:38
[BRD7, Soft Illusions. Warm, leisurely, relaxed contemporary sounds. 65]
02. Brian Bennett – Migration (Suspended movement) 3:29
[BRD8, Tone Poems. Reflective lyrical pieces. Woodwind, Harp, Percussion, Piano and String Quartet. 68]
03. Brian Bennett – The Sea (Dramatic seascape) 4:10
[BRD19, Nature Watch. Sustained electro-atmospherics. 190]
04. Alan Hawkshaw – Malibu Queen (Sexy) 3:16
[BRD24, Cover Girl. Sophisticated, glossy, leisurely and warm. Contemporary sounds. 272]
BRG – Happy, Bright, Open Air, Sport.
05. Steve Gray – Going Places (Propulsive orchestral theme) 2:04
[BRG2, Contemporary Orchestral. The ultimate in sound for the studio pop orchestra. 34]
06. David Lindup – Jetting East (Light action, Oriental motif.) 1:25
[BRG4, Good Times. Happy, colorful contemporary tunes. 40]
07. John Scott – Motordown (Confident, exhilarating) 2:25
[BRG5, Happiness. ‘Get up and go’ moods, both orchestral and contemporary. 54]
08. John Cameron – Sprocket Shuffle (Electro Reggae shuffle) 1:55
[BRG8, Fresh Approach. Contemporary foreground material. 73]
15:30
09. Nick Ingman – Power Plus Plenty 1 (Powerful exciting staccato opening to catchy bright theme at 0:37. Reverts as beginning for last 40 secs) 2:20
[BRG9, The Will To Win. Big foreground themes depicting exciting achievement and athletic supremacy. 74]
10. Norman Warren – Chasing Rainbows (Uptempo motion featuring Flute) 1:25
[BRG15, Spectacle. Big, broad, exciting themes. 120]
11. John Cameron – Dynamite (Extrovert, contemporary) 1:45
[BRG18, Get Up And Go. Exciting, bright, colourful. 160]
12. Frank Ricotti – Going for it (On-going) 2:14
[BRG19, Souled Out. Upmarket funky rhythm section features. 173]
13. Duncan Lamont – Gunrunner (Exciting action packed theme) 2:17
[BRG30, Television Today. Upbeat, entertaining orchestral scores with contemporary rhythm. 265]
BRH – Contemporary, Pop, Rock.
14. Keith Mansfield – Blockbuster (Punchy aggressive Brass with funky underlay) 2:41
[BRH5, Lighy My Fire. Uptempo, vivid Brass and Rhythm. 62]
15. Les Hurdle – African Flambe (Uptempo rock samba) 1:36
[BRH8, Rhtyhm Stick. Pacey and loud to cool layed back contemporary scores featuring Guitars, Keyboards, Woodwind, Brass, Drums and Percussion. 102]
16. Frank Ricotti – Supersamba (Wild exciting Jazz-Samba) 1:41
[BRH10, Blow Out. Contemporary West Coast Jazz-Rock and Jazz Sambas. 121]
17. Brian Wade – Earth Tones (Vibrant, rhythmic, visually impressive) 2:19
[BRH13, New Directions. Hard Hitting thru to ethereal. Features Brass, Vocoder, Rhythm and Synthesised sounds. 158]
18. Mike Moran – Airport (Smooth and stylish) 2:53
[BRH16, City Limits. Tight funky rhythm with Brass riffs and Alto Sax getting in occasionally. Mike Moran title with Strings added. 183]
19. John Cameron – Dawn At The Superbowl (Bleak anticipation, tail end) 1:53
[BRH22, Power Play. Contemporary, beefy, energetic. 260]
20. Alan Hawkshaw – Fastest Man on Earth submix (Without front line) 4:02
[BRH24, Accent on Rhythm. Jazz funk and electro boogie styles. 262]
BRI – Futuristic, Electronic.
21. Alan Hawkshaw – Terrestrial Fanfare (Bold futuristic) 2:38
[BRI1, Terrestrial Journey. A Contemporary Suite depicting space and time passage. 24]
16:00
22. Francis Monkman – Daredevil (Danger, aggression) 2:45
[BRI2, Tempus Fugit. Exciting time and motion study in contemporary electronic music. 23]
23. Dave Richmond – Rainy Road (Repetitive, neutral, motion) 1:33
[BRI5, Thought Patterns. Sparse Bass, Guitar and Electronics. 94]
24. Alan Hawkshaw – Flight of Fantasy (Suspended, pleasant theme) 3:43
[BRI27, Odyssey. Atmospheres which emphasise the wonderment of existence. 295]
BRJ – Theme Sets. Documentary and Drama Suites.
25. Johnny Pearson – Industrial Power (Different version. Contemporary rhythm tail end.) 2:10
[BRJ1, Great Expectations. A full orchestral suite depicting the achievement of man in face of natural elements. 17]
26. Brian Bennett – Prowler (General dark underscore) 2:14
[BRJ2, Drama Montage. A comprehensive theme set of modern dramatics. 19]
27. Keith Mansfield – Soft Action (Purposeful activity) 1:09
[BRJ3, Important Project/Wonders of the World/Endeavour. Dramatic orchestral theme, fluid underscores describing variousstages of progress from quite beginning to fulfilment. 30]
28. Andrew Jackman – Underwater Beauty 2 (Solo electric piano version) 1:47
[BRJ4, Thriller/Suite of the Hurricane/Suite of the Shark. […] Contemporary classical suite. Moods range from peace to intense danger. 55]
29. Bill McCauley – Danger (Ominous, fearsome, builds to climax.) 2:12
[BRJ5, Wildlife/Suite of the Hunter. […] An orchestral study of nature especially suited to the North American continent.
30. Brian Bennett – Running Free (Free movement dramatic build from 1:30 to tragic death chord) 2:07
[BRJ6, The World Around Us. A penetrating sutdy of nature. Woodwind, Harp, Percussion, Piano and String Quartet. 69]
31. Brian Bennett – Spiv (Cool character theme) 1:58
[BRJ8, Drama Montage Volume Two. A comprehensive set of modern dramatic movement, suspense and atmos. Will cut and cross fade just as you would wish. 83]
32. John Hawkins – Zed Bends (Gritty tense movement) 3:00
[BRJ9, Web of Intrigue/Investigator […] A light hearted funky drama suite. 84]
33. Steve Gray – Squirrel (Darting spasmodic woodwind activity) 1:43
[BRJ10, Time and Motion/Emotions. Sparse contemporary underscores for Keyboard, Guitar and Flutes. 87]
34. Richard Hill – Plague Version 2 (Random Sting glissandi) 0:28
[BRJ11, Universe/Deadly Nightshade. A symphonic atmospheric suite of bold dimensions. 98]
35. Basil Kirchen / Jack Nathan – Birth Of An Adventure (Native drum intro for links etc to soft descriptive theme with native percussion.) 2:16
[BRJ12, Wildlife – Nature Reserve/Native Percussion. A refreshingly different theme suite designed for Nature Study application. Sequences are designed to be cut where mood changes occur and throughout to facilitate editing. 99]
36. John Scott – Pentathlon (Populsive stength) 2:56
[BRJ17, Theme Sets. Orchestral suites of differing treatments of basic themes. Each cue is written in sequences to facilitate editing. 124]
16:30
37. John Scott – Nature’s Revelations 2 (Developed theme with rhythmic pattern) 2:31
[BRJ18, Lifes Ritual. An unusual atmospheric suite descriptive of life in a natural environment. 127]
38. Steve Jolliffe – Earths Effects (Weird with electronic effects) 3:29
[BRJ24, Earth. Folky surrealistic impressions of life on earth past, present and future. 167]
39. John Cameron – Let Me Through 1. (Panic to dark tail) 0:52
[BRJ30, Drama and Intrigue. Orchestral emotional, tension building and linking incidental underscores. 298]
BRK – Action, Pace, Danger, Force of Elements.
40. John A. Coleman – Daring Endeavour (Fast motion, element of risk, without Brass) 1:29
[BRK4, Dramatic Action. Highpowered danger. Big instumentation. 59]
41. Trevor Bastow – Motion 6 (Menacing movie rhythm. Held end) 2:10
[BRK5, Contemporary Motion. Action scenes in varying degrees of intensity. 93]
42. John Cameron – Rescue Helicopter 2 (Editable end for fade intro distance) 0:58
[BRK6, Emergency. Urgency, drama, achievement. 133]
43. John Cameron – Suspicious 1 (Tense motion. Tail end) 1:46
[BRK7, Breakout. Aggressive contemporary action themes and sequences. 161]
44. Brian Bennett – The Capture (Native Percussion) 2:05
[BRK8, Thrills and Spills. Exciting scenes. Big to small instrumentation. 221]
BRL – Industry.
45. Alan Hawkshaw – The Speed of Sound (Urgent free flowing pace) 2:48
[BRL1, Auturbine. Contemporary, efficient movement. 33]
46. L. Hurdle/F. Ricotti – Urgent Delivery (Insistant, percussive) 2:09
[BRL3, Advanced Technology. Efficient, contemporary, purposeful. Realised with the use of advanced recording techniques. 75]
47. F. Ricotti/Les Hurdle – Seabird (Slow, ponderous) 2:34
[BRL4, Futurama. Semi-electronic sequences for new technology. 90]
48. I. Martin/B. Dee – Lubricator (Fluid smooth motion) 2:25
[BRL5, Light Industry. Contemporary, semi-electronic. 103]
49. James Asher – Telecom (Fluid, effortless) 3:37
[BRL9, Commerce. Semi electronic, industrious. 177]
BRM – Suspense, Tension.
50. Steve Gray – Pendulum 1 (Tension with ‘time figure’. Tail end) 1:54
[BRM1, Menace. Tense dramatic orchestral underscores. 44]
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BRO – Historical Period.
BRR – Folk, Nationalistic, Known Work
BRS – Jazz, Dance

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Bruton Music, part one (mixcloud)
Bruton Music
01. Brian Bennett – Electric Rainbow
02. Brian Bennett – Migration
03. Brian Bennett – The Sea
04. Alan Hawkshaw – Malibu Queen
05. Steve Gray – Going Places
06. David Lindup – Jetting East
07. John Scott – Motordown
08. John Cameron – Sprocket Shuffle
09. Nick Ingman – Power Plus Plenty 1
10. Norman Warren – Chasing Rainbows
11. John Cameron – Dynamite
12. Frank Ricotti – Going for it
13. Duncan Lamont – Gunrunner
14. Keith Mansfield – Blockbuster
15. Les Hurdle – African Flambe
16. Frank Ricotti – Supersamba
17. Brian Wade – Earth Tones
18. Mike Moran – Airport
19. John Cameron – Dawn At The Superbowl
20. Alan Hawkshaw – Fastest Man on Earth submix
21. Alan Hawkshaw – Terrestrial Fanfare
22. Francis Monkman – Daredevil
23. Dave Richmond – Rainy Road
24. Alan Hawkshaw – Flight of Fantasy
25. Johnny Pearson – Industrial Power
26. Brian Bennett – Prowler
27. Keith Mansfield – Soft Action
28. Andrew Jackman – Underwater Beauty 2
29. Bill McCauley – Danger
30. Brian Bennett – Running Free
31. Brian Bennett – Spiv
32. John Hawkins – Zed Bends
33. Steve Gray – Squirrel
34. Richard Hill – Plague Version 2
35. Basil Kirchen / Jack Nathan – Birth Of An Adventure
36. John Scott – Pentathlon
37. John Scott – Nature’s Revelations 2
38. Steve Jolliffe – Earths Effects
39. John Cameron – Let Me Through 1.
40. John A. Coleman – Daring Endeavour
41. Trevor Bastow – Motion 6
42. John Cameron – Rescue Helicopter 2
43. John Cameron – Suspicious 1
44. Brian Bennett – The Capture
45. Alan Hawkshaw – The Speed of Sound
46. L. Hurdle/F. Ricotti – Urgent Delivery
47. F. Ricotti/Les Hurdle – Seabird
48. I. Martin/B. Dee – Lubricator
49. James Asher – Telecom
50. Steve Gray – Pendulum 1